Kaputt X Radio # 322 Channon Art Exhibition OpeningOpening of art exhibition by Rikki Fisher and Heather MatthewDavid and his volunteer staff have helped to get this event under way. Rikki and Heather both speak about their work.www.rikkifisher.com www.heathermatthew.com thechannongallery.com10:30 min 128 kbps stereo Topic: contemporary art
Images : Images is an archive of the google image search results returned by the search term images. Each entry of the archive will contain the two first pages returned by Google image search with its standard setting, as well as the first page returned with image size = large setting. Entries to the archive will be recorded each month for five years. The project aims to track internets evolution and trends in the image searches. It reveals the collective subconscious of the internet user... Topics: images images, contemporary art
In recent years, the parameters of Islamic art have expanded to include contemporary works by artists from or with roots in the Middle East. Drawing inspiration from their own cultural traditions, these artists use techniques and incorporate imagery and ideas from earlier periods. LACMA has only recently begun to acquire such work within the context of its holdings of Islamic art, understanding that the ultimate success and relevance of this collection lies in building creative links between... Topics: Islamic Art, Contemporary Art
This is the first podcast by Sharkforum, a website devoted to critical, provocative discussions of contemporary art. Wesley Kimler, "The Shark," and Mark Staff Brandl, "The EuroShark," introduce their intentions in a short 35 minute discussion. Recorded October 2008 in the Sharkpit in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Topics: podcast, contemporary art, fine art
Chris Hand (the Zeke in Zeke's Gallery) and Marc Mayer (director of the Musee d'art contemporain de Montreal)take questions from the audience about the Contemporary Quebecois Art scene on November 2, 2005. Topics: Montreal, Contemporary Art, Public Discussion
PREMIO “LO QUE NOS GUSTA” Sant Pol de mar.Barcelona. 25/01/04 SALIDA A PLEN-AIR CONVOCATORIA "A PINTAR MARINAS" El motivo principal que nos ha impulsado a convocar este concurso ha sido realizar una reflexión perversa entorno a la creación artística contemporánea entre artistas que acaban de terminar bellas artes. Con interés de promover la creación artística y de establecer un debate sobre la producción contemporánea.* BASES DE LA CONVOCATORIA Podrán participar todas... Topic: contemporary art, lanscape, art, life
Chris 'Zeke' hand interviewing Pierre Dorion on November 2, 2012 about his practice and the exhibit of his work at the Musee d'art contemporain de Montreal. Topics: Pierre Dorion, Montreal, Contemporary Art
Chris 'Zeke' Hand, Liz Pieries, and Sabrina Santucci interviewing Earl Bronsteen on and about his Art Book "Contemporary Art Appreciation 101: How to Understand What's Contemporary Art and What's Snot /Everything You Always Wanted to Ask About Contemporary Art But Were Afraid to Know" Topics: Art, Visual Art, Contemporary Art
The first "Speak Aloud" performance consisted of a musician playing his own music while a computer-generated voice spoke about him, his career and his music. In "Speak Aloud 2" there is no musician. I'm alone on stage, and the text the computer reads out seems to be referring to me. -Diego Chamy Performed at the Freies Museum Berlin, November 24, 2010 Euro Latin Performance Project Concept: Diego Chamy Camera: Laura Mello Topics: performance art, contemporary art, art
JaxCAL Project podcast at Panera Bread, Jacksonville, Florida, 2-9-8. With Jefree Shalev, Jerry Cornwell, Chris Johnson, Morrison Pierce, Rachel Levanger, Steve Williams, and Byron King Topics: Contemporary Art, art podcast, Jacksonville art
Naledi Jackson Interviewed by Chris Hand of Zeke's Gallery on March 9, 2007 on her artistic practice and her art exhibit at Zeke's Gallery called "Right of Spring." Topics: Visual Arts, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Contemporary Art
This is a video document of a storefront installation piece, entitled "the Doomsday Sale", that I contributed as a part of the juried exhibition "Blink" for Peterborough Ontario's "Artsweek". My intention was to use familiar rhetoric from storfront advertising to double over and signal the "end of the world". We are what we consume, get it? Food for thought, right? Topics: Consumption, apocolypse, installation, contemporary art, advertising, sale.
Nadim Chaudry, winner of the Nottingham Castle Open art prize, and a member of the Nottingham Contemporary team, lead a tour of the Uneven Geographies exhibition, drawing on his own research into art and globalisation. Nadim then took the group on a short tram ride to The New Art Exchange, where he continued the walk through of his own solo exhibition there, Even The Animals. Topics: Uneven Geographies, Contemporary Art, Globalisation, Nottingham
This is the first podcast by Sharkforum, a website devoted to critical, provocative discussions of contemporary art. Wesley Kimler, "The Shark," and Mark Staff Brandl, "The EuroShark," introduce their intentions in a short 35 minute discussion. Recorded October 2008 in the Sharkpit in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Topics: podcast, Sharkforum, contemporary art, Brandl, Kimler
This is a podcast of the first dialogue in a series produced by Stacey Ward Kelly and the Beacon Art Salon called "Contemporary Artists on Contemporary Art". This dialogue features Stacey and fellow artist Kathleen Anderson in conversation with other Beacon Art Salon members and the public. Topics: Contemporary Art, Beacon Art Salon, Hudson Valley
Question and answer session from the talk: Tomlinson: Accelerated Life, Cultural Experience and Fast Capitalism at Nottingham Contemporary, 26th May 2010. Topics: Uneven Geographies, Contemporary Art, Globalisation, Nottingham
Saskia Sassen, Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics and Robert S. Lynd Professor of Sociology at Columbia University led a lecture based on a quarter of a century of research into the consequences of global capital. Sassen is one of the worldâs leading authorities on the social consequences of globalisation. Her meticulous and far-reaching work has encompassed immigration, new networked technologies, the dynamics of global cities, the changes within the nation-state caused by... Topics: Uneven Geographies, Globalisation, Contemporary Art, Nottingham
byInternet, Diego Chamy, Siân Robinson Davies, Rosita Holmes, Rishin Singh
A performance by Internet. Written (and slides) by Siân Robinson Davies, Diego Chamy, Rosita Holmes and Rishin Singh. The NOW now festival invited Diego to perform in Sydney. He proposed to work with Siân (as Internet) but as Sydney is very far away we proposed to write a piece and hire an actor to perform it at the festival. The organisers agreed and suggested, by email, that the musician and performer, Rishin Singh, could perform the piece. When they made this proposal, they CC-ed in Rishin... Topics: performance art, performance, comedy, contemporary art, art
Question and answer session from the screening of Renzo Martenâs performance-cum-documentary; Shot in the Congo, it suggests that local photographers would be better off selling pictures of suffering to Western news agencies, rather than continuing their humble portrait studios. âMartens is keen to expose the relation of power between those who watch and those who are being watched,â stated the curator Alfredo Cramerotti, author of Aesthetic Journalism. Cramerotti discussed this provocative... Topics: Contemporary Art, Nottingham, Globalisation, Uneven Geographies
tank.tv interviews the curator Stuart Comer after his involvement in the tank.tv publication 'Fresh Moves: New Moving Images from the UK'. Part 2. Topics: 'tank.tv', 'video art', 'online gallery', 'contemporary art'
"Sound Coat," 2002 Mixed media with CD player and movment sensor Exhibited 2002 at the Sonoma Museum of Contemporary Art, Santa Rosa, CA "Blue's melding of unlike elements also suggests her desire to reweave the disparate elements and fragmented nature of contemporary life." -Terri Cohen, Art Week, San Francisco, CA Topics: Sound Coat, Sonoma Museum of Contemporary Art
tank.tv interviews the filmmaker Sophie Fiennes after her inclusion in the tank.tv publication 'Fresh Moves: New Moving Images from the UK'. Topics: 'tank.tv', 'video art', 'online gallery', 'contemporary art'
tank.tv interviews the artist Zineb Sedira after her inclusion in the tank.tv publication 'Fresh Moves: New Moving Images from the UK'. Topics: 'tank.tv', 'video art', 'online gallery', 'contemporary art'
The first exhibition produced at the Museum of the Contemporary’s physical space is an exhibition of Sala-Manca group. This is the group’s first exhibition since 2006. The exhibition will feature new sculptures, sound works and performances created especially for the exhibition, in conjunction with works created in collaboration with Hadas Ophrat, Wanja Shaub and Mamuta collective. The exhibited works serve as a comment on local history, urban politics and the architectural structure in... Topics: Contemporary Art, Sala-manca, Mamuta, Ein Karem